SUNY Oswego students participate in a variety of internship programs to gain experience within their intended career fields as well as earn credits towards their degree progression. With the wide range of B.A. programs offered at our university, it is interesting to analyze the internships that students gravitate towards and to develop new perspectives on […]Read More... No Comments
With the end of my senior year of college creeping up and with 3 years at college behind me, I’ve had the pleasure of experiencing a lot of incredible things at college. However, an unexpected highlight came a few weeks ago at this year’s 2020 Martin Luther King Jr. Celebration.
SUNY Oswego brought in “Black Panther” […]Read More... No Comments
Valentine’s Day is a holiday dedicated to celebrating love and all things sweet. February 14th is a perfect day to reflect on our special relationships and all of the ways that we spread love to those around us.
The concept of love however, is not contained to one particular notion. Some of the purest forms of […]Read More... No Comments
On Friday January 31st and Saturday February 1st, the SUNY Oswego Office of Sustainability hosted a pop-up thrift store in Hewitt Union. Over 1,800 pounds of donated goods from Residence Halls were sold. These items included clothing, dorm necessities, and garments to keep warm! All proceeds went to purchasing trees to plant for Arbor Day […]Read More... No Comments
Hey guys! I’m Michelle Borukhov and I am currently a senior here at SUNY Oswego. I am a graphic design major with a double minor in communication and social interaction and business administration. I live in Queens, New York and New York City is and always will be my home. Some of my favorite things […]Read More... No Comments
My name is Gabriele Candela, and I am from Long Island, New York. Some of my hobbies include dancing, painting, and photography. This is my first semester as a social media intern for the Office of Communications and Marketing. I’m currently in my sophomore year as a Graphic Design major, with minors in Arts Management […]Read More... No Comments
When you think of any city in the world, what comes to mind? Is it the physical buildings themselves, the architecture, or do you think of the people and the culture itself that surrounds it?
I’m spending this semester living and studying abroad as a part of CAPA London’s global education program. If you asked me […]Read More... No Comments